Dear guests,

In these complicated times,we have suspended online reservations.

We are taking advantage of this period to make restorations works in the house and our guest rooms are currently closed.

Only our cottages – gîtes - are available in December and January.

For more details and prices, please contact us by email.

No doubt next year will be great and exceptional: in 2021 we definitely look forward to welcome you in our guest house.

Reservations on our site - at best rates - will be opened from January 20.


We wish you a Merry Christmas
and a Happy New year

Keep safe,

Best wishes

Laurence :

About 8 km from Cahors, on the road through the Malbec vineyards, an exquisite 18th century manor house hides among the walnut groves just waiting to show you the welcoming hospitality only found in the finest French guesthouses.

Our elegant country house built of Quercy stone has been patiently restored and now offers a cosy setting for quiet holiday breaks, 35 minutes from Saint Cirq Lapopie, the caves of Pech Merle and the historic castles of the Lot Valley.

Our seven guest rooms and gîtes have been renovated and tastefully decorated. In summer, delicious breakfasts are served on the terrace facing the ancient olive trees. Wooded gardens, a heated swimming pool and a lovely view of the countryside are a perfect setting for a calm, peaceful holiday.



Domaine de Labarthe is also perfect for your exclusive corporate events and private receptions. Reception rooms with fireplace, French style garden, and a huge converted barn are ideal for special group events.


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How to get here...


Le Quercy is a marvellous region between Aquitaine, Limousin and the Massif Central. 
From the Atlantic coast, the Bordeaux vineyards and the Périgord, the tourist routes take you through the Lot and its capital, Cahors, just an hour’s drive from Toulouse. At the gateway to the Occitanie region, we are also on the way to the Pyrenees, and if you cross the Milau viaduct you get to the Mediterranean.
We are just a six-hour drive from Paris, and only 45 minutes from Brive airport.